Hosted by various PwC women leaders and professionals, the How we do it podcast series shares real-life experiences as a consulting professional at PwC and covers topics from flexibility to sponsorship and beyond. New episodes are released every month and available for subscription at Apple iTunes, Stitcher and Google Play. You can listen to all episodes at your convenience via your desktop computer or smart device.
Advice I'd Give My Younger Self
Olya Stuber, an ITS partner out of PwC's St. Louis office, and Indhira Demorizi, an ITS director out of our San Francisco office, talk about the advice they'd give their younger self, covering how to spend time more intentionally and strategically, revisiting significant moments that shaped their careers and more.
Preparing for and returning from sabbatical
Nicole Hinton, an ITS partner out of PwC's New York office, and Megan Burns, an ITS director out of our Chicago office, talk about their experiences preparing for and returning from sabbatical. They also share tips on dealing with issues that arose during their time off and some lessons learned from their experiences.
Navigating Work and Family
Simran Kaushal, an ITS partner out of PwC's San Jose office, and Lindsay Freeman, an ITS director out of our Minneapolis office, discuss balancing work and family. Simran and Lindsay talk about each person's personal definition of what balancing work and family is and how one can achieve this balance.
Career paths: Professional Services vs Industry
Gena Neugebauer (International Tax Services director) interviews Lissett Tautfest (International Tax Services and Mergers and Acquisitions leader for PwC MX and US Diversity Leader for Tax) about her experiences in both the professional services and industry worlds. They discuss the differences and similarities of both areas and how skill sets acquired in each help make up a well-rounded career path.
Navigating the winding career road
Rashmi Soans (International Tax Services - Financial Services director) interviews Ninee Dewar (International Tax Services Washington National Tax Services partner) about how to navigate and chart your own career course. They discuss the different paths that are presented along the way, evaluating the routes and then making sometimes difficult decisions to arrive at the best professional and personal destination.
Be an advocate of others and yourself
Joanne Sisk (International Tax Services partner) and Emily Cook (International Tax Services director) discuss advocacy and sponsorship. Emily interviews Joanne about the difference between advocacy and sponsorship and how she's been supported, supported others and even herself throughout her career.